As we navigate our lives, we may find ourselves anxious, frustrated, or suffering from a deep sadness. Maybe there has been a sudden crisis or maybe you have been struggling. During these difficult times, many people find psychotherapy to be helpful. Some people choose to engage in psychotherapy because they have pinpointed a specific problem or issue they would like to change, others may have a sense that something just isn't quite right in their lives, and others are simply on a journey of mindful self-discovery. I use a balance of nonjudgmental acceptance and gentle challenge that allows for us to have a unique, meaningful relationship. My empathetic, integrative techniques help guide my clients in achieving their goals, reducing their symptoms, and improving the quality of their lives.
I am a Fully Licensed Clinical Psychologist and hold a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the Michigan School of Psychology and a Master's degree in Psychology from Duquesne University. I have over 20 years experience working in a variety of mental health and medical settings.